In Mexico’s policy circles, there’s little inclination to blame NAFTA. Some point out that, while the economy clearly hasn’t boomed, it’s at least avoided the busts that sunk several Latin neighbors in the last two decades.
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Rockwell Automation sure thinks so. The automation leader just wrapped up a pilot program that prepared 14 military veterans for the industrial workforce and exceeded expectations. Now it’s time for rapid expansion.
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